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August 7, 2009 at 9:02 am stoopid hoomin – stey & play wif da kitteh
Iz nawt want dat – wil stey hears wit da nice cheezpeeps!
Teh fandom iz kinda nutz though, I stey away from dos crazeh peoplez.
No kawstoom in reel laif dis yeer, but frend uv main is drest az “Furst Gai U Meetz in a Hawrur Moovee” meenin teh sorter kreepee gai hu tellz teh grrop uv teenajurz dat teh oeld kabin bai Killenstab Laek iz ubandund an dey kanz stey dayr fr teh nait if dey wantz.
February 21, 2008 at 8:52 am mai ju stey 4 ebbah jung nawt freud – himz bleugh!
Oh heck, I jus stey home an snorgle the kit all day.
The salesman was fervently recommending the laptop to me and my (somehow uninterested) mum, and I had no way out but to stey focused while my mum's attention drifted off to the Watsons 'outlet.
Perhaps it was well that he hailed from the land where they say, "A stout heart to a stey brae," because, if a figure of speech from the sea is permissible on the prairie, he and his men knew that they had "burned their ship behind them," and that they must hold their ground or perish.
The land was cultivated on a stey  face of maybe a half-mile before the hill common started, and over the common (where in the summer the cattle and hens were taken) the heather was patchy with bog hay, and short crisp turf in places.
But heere we do admonishe men that they must stey sumwhat/and must sumwhat more diligently make difference betwene ceremonies/and must more narowly loke/whether that theis ceremonies (of which we do cõtend) be of Godd or of man.
A Treatise of the Cohabitation Of the Faithful with the Unfaithful A Treatise of the Cohabitation Of the Faithful with the Unfaithful by Peter Martyr; Wherunto is Added A Sermon made of the Confessing of Christ and His Gospel and of the Denying of the same, by Henry Bullinger